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Stockwatch: A 5% yield and discount to net assets

Stockwatch: A 5% yield and discount to net assets

A big sale radically transforms Edmond Jackson's successful share tip, but it remains attractive for sound income with strong asset-backing.

Chart analysis: FTSE 100 and Gulf Keystone

Chart analysis: FTSE 100 and Gulf Keystone

A FTSE 100 drop target identified by chartist Alistair Strang is a 'pretty serious issue', breaking the uptrend since the Brexit manipulation. He has the latest on Gulf Keystone, too.

How investment trust discounts may widen from narrowest in 15 years

How investment trust discounts may widen from narrowest in 15 years

The average discount in the investment trust sector is close to its narrowest level since at least 2002. But that could all change, reports David Brenchley.

Lorry load of IPOs head for London

Lorry load of IPOs head for London

One of Europe's biggest truckers will float in London next month, with another investment trust and others firming up plans to list as IPO activity picks up.

Lurking in the shadows: The fourth industrial revolution in the UK

Lurking in the shadows: The fourth industrial revolution in the UK

In the first of a series of exclusive articles for Interactive Investor, Andrew Darley, head of technology research at finnCap, discusses the key themes shaping the 'fourth industrial revolution' from a UK perspective.

The Oil Man: Oil price, Rockhopper, Sound Energy

The Oil Man: Oil price, Rockhopper, Sound Energy

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Contrarians pile into Next despite grim rhetoric

Contrarians pile into Next despite grim rhetoric

Next has had little to shout about since 2015 and, barring a miracle, there’s unlikely to be much cheer in 2017. Lee Wild explains why the shares are up 9%.

Why Barclays is worth keeping an eye on

Why Barclays is worth keeping an eye on

As well as a look at the wider banking sector, chartist Alistair Strang drills down and gives us the "magic number" for high-flying Barclays.

Investment trusts: The basics and 10 trusts to buy and hold

Investment trusts: the basics

Rob Griffin gives you the lowdown on investment trusts' key features and how they compare to other types of investment on cost and performance.

Upgrades trigger surge at James Cropper

Upgrades trigger surge at James Cropper

This share is worth 26 times more than it was in March 2009, but profits are growing fast and it will beat forecasts again, reports David Brenchley.

10 fast-moving cyclicals that analysts are upgrading

10 fast-moving cyclicals that analysts are upgrading

Many cyclical stocks have done well since last June, but Stockopedia's Ben Hobson has found those where strong profit upgrades indicate further positive performance.

Should I buy Woodford Income Focus – or one of these five alternatives?

Should I buy Woodford Income Focus – or one of these five alternatives?

David Brenchley discusses whether investors should pile into star manager Neil Woodford's new income fund, or choose one of these proven alternatives.

The Oil Man: Far, RockRose Energy, IGas Energy, Solo Oil

The Oil Man: Far, RockRose Energy, IGas Energy, Solo Oil

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Time for the bears to say 'we told you so'?

Time for the bears to say 'we told you so'?

While markets have rallied in this 'La La Land' environment, canny investors have  batoned down the hatches, preparing for battles ahead, says Tom Becket of Psigma.

With inflation on the rise should investors be buying value or growth?

With inflation on the rise should investors be buying value or growth?

In an inflationary environment history's lesson suggests there's an investment strategy that shines more than other approaches, finds Kyle Caldwell.

What the charts say about Lloyds Banking

What the charts say about Lloyds Banking

Banks navigated Tuesday's sell-off well and the uptrend remains intact. Chartist Alistair Strang tells us where Lloyds shares are heading next.

Fevertree shares survive early scare

Fevertree shares survive early scare

One of the best-performing shares in living memory, Fevertree is doing so well it was able to overcome an early scare after these results, reports Lee Wild.

Why Lloyds Banking is among top share tips in Europe

Why Lloyds Banking is among top share tips in Europe

It's had a good run recently, but Lloyds is one of this expert's top tips. Lee Wild also reveals the other nine UK-quoted shares which make the list.

Medica flies 35% on market debut

Medica flies 35% on market debut

A surge from its IPO price saw market new boy Medica make a cracking start to life on the main market on Tuesday. David Brenchley has all the details.

The 'critical' price for Royal Bank of Scotland shares

The 'critical' price for Royal Bank of Scotland shares

As well as a glass ceiling, which continues to hamper progress at Royal Bank of Scotland, analyst Alistair Strang reassesses the chart for his local listed lender.